The Palestinian territories in the face of Israel's new ultra-right government - Security – Innovation – Democracy
reuters / Ammar Awad
The Palestinian territories in the face of Israel's new ultra-right government
The new Israeli government and its agenda in the West Bank
The changes for Palestinians under the new government of Benjamin Netanyahu and his ultra-right alliance became apparent within days after taking office: The visit of Israel's new Minister of National Security, Itamar Ben Gvir, to the Haram al-Sharif / Temple Mount was a signal that the course of the new ultra-right government denies the Palestinian population any territorial rights. Settlement construction in the Palestinian territories is not only to continue, but to be significantly expanded. These measures are being met by an increasingly frustrated Palestinian population having no real prospects for the future, while violence is on the rise.
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